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Final Fantasy III Screen Door Pixel Art: Mesh for Fantasy

by Shane McGlaun
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I’m not sure why we don’t see more classic art from old video games rendered lovingly on a screen door. The little squares on the screen door material are perfect for representing blocky pixelated graphics. All you need to do is look at this Final Fantasy III art to see that a screen door is the perfect medium.

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This screen door art comes to us by way of a twitter user called Rurue0111. The artist used stained window paint to carefully fill in the squares. The paint was applied using a toothpick.

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Using the stained glass paint is a good move since that paint is designed to be opaque and let light shine through. I’d like to see some blocky Mario art done in this fashion as well, or perhaps a full on Pac-Man recreation using the entire door.

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[via Kotaku]




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